Describe the assume - assembler directives, Computer Engineering

Describe the Assume - Assembler directives

ASSUME: This directive would be used to map the segment register names with memory addresses. 

Syntax is as below:

ASSUME SS: Stackseg, DS: Dataseg, CS: Codeseg

ASSUME will tell the assembler to use SS register with the address of the stack segment whose name is stackseg.


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